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  1. Week 1: Introductions 1 item
  2. Week 2: What is Nonviolent Resistance? How does it Work? 2 items
    1. Why civil resistance works: the strategic logic of nonviolent conflict - Erica Chenoweth, Maria J. Stephan c2011 (electronic resource)

      Book Required Read: Chapter 1: The Success of Nonviolent Resistance campaigns, pp.3-29.

  3. Week 3: Power and Consent: The Conceptual Foundations of Nonviolent Resistance 3 items
    1. The politics of obedience: the discourse of voluntary servitude - Estienne de La Boetie, Estienne de La Boetie 2009

      Book Required

    2. Pages 224-244: Civil disobedience - Henry David Thoreau 1966

      Chapter Required

  4. Week 4: Research and Writing Strategies: Case Study Development on Nonviolent Dissent 1 item
  5. Week 5: The Strategic Approach to Nonviolent Direct Action 3 items
    1. The politics of nonviolent action - Gene Sharp, Harvard University. Center for International Affairs 1973

      Book Required Volume 1-3

  6. Week 6: Gandhi and Pacifism: Guest Lecture by Prof Richard Jackson 6 items
  7. Week 8: Emotions and Nonviolent Dissent 3 items
    1. Affective communities in world politics: collective emotions after trauma - Emma Hutchison 2016 (electronic resource)

      Book Required Read pages 267-301: Conclusion

  8. Week 9: Everyday Resistance: The Politics of Humour 2 items
    1. Domination and the arts of resistance: hidden transcripts - James C. Scott c1990 (electronic resource)

      Book Required

    2. Humor & nonviolent struggle in Serbia - Čhančhirā Sombatphūnsiri ©2015 (electronic resource)

      Book Required

  9. Week 10: How to Understand The Impact of Nonviolent Dissent at a Time of Rapid Technological and Political Change 1 item
    1. Discourse and Human Agency - Roland Bleiker 2003-3

      Article Required

  10. Week 12: No Seminar: Nonviolence Around The World 3 items
  11. Strategic nonviolent conflict: the dynamics of people power in the twentieth century - Peter Ackerman, Christopher Kruegler 1994

    Book Further

  12. Popular dissent, human agency and global politics - Roland Bleiker 2000 (electronic resource)

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  13. Conquest of violence: the Gandhian philosophy of conflict - Joan V. Bondurant 1988

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  14. Why civil resistance works: the strategic logic of nonviolent conflict - Erica Chenoweth, Maria J. Stephan c2011 (electronic resource)

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  15. Gandhi: his life and message for the world - Louis Fischer 2010 (electronic resource)

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  16. Patterns of conflict, paths to peace - Larry J. Fisk, J. L. Schellenberg ©2000 (electronic resource)

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  17. Understanding nonviolence: contours and contexts - Maia Carter Hallward, Julie M. Norman, ProQuest (Firm) 2015 (electronic resource)

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  18. Nonviolence in theory and practice - Robert L. Holmes, Barry L. Gan c2012

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  19. Pacifism: a philosophy of nonviolence - Robert L. Holmes, ProQuest (Firm) 2016 (electronic resource)

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  20. The moral imagination: the art and soul of building peace - John Paul Lederach 2005 (electronic resource)

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  21. Nonviolence and Peace Psychology - Daniel M. Mayton 2009 (electronic resource)

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  22. Protest, power, and change: an encyclopedia of nonviolent action from ACT-UP to women's suffrage - Roger S. Powers, William B. Vogele, Christopher Kruegler, Ronald M. McCarthy 1997 (electronic resource)

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  23. A theory of nonviolent action: how civil resistance works - Stellan Vinthagen 2015 (electronic resource)

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  24. Nonviolent social movements: a geographical perspective - Stephen Zunes, Lester R. Kurtz, Sarah Beth Asher 1999

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  25. Past Central Exam Papers 1 item
    1. Past Central Exam Papers

      Webpage  Follow the link and search for past exam papers by course code.